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Our Missing News Blog.com written by William Deane is dedicated to bringing back the commitment of professional journalism. As a former network news editor, major market news director and anchor, BILL DEANE gives you the inside story often missed by media more interested in Hollywood gossip. OUR MISSING NEWS gets into the WHY of the today's significant events.
BILL DEANE is a dedicated journalist and the author of, Smooth Criminal the story of an alleged CIA spy and one man crime way.
Join Lee-Anne as she presents Transferring Light Codes to help you remember who you are.
Enjoy this program every 4th Thursday on Temple of Balance Radio!
OUR FOCUS: Major Chakras
Includes live shamanic drumming, meditation, healing, activation.
Come in with no expectations and be ready to be empowered as YOU remember who you are!
What will happen during this program? Well, we dont know, however we trust that some powerful energy will be transfered as you open and allow!
The Transference of Light Codes Series is unlimited and will cease when guided!
Includes weekly healing time.
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Well, the American taxpayers paid for the last market crash. Are you ready to bail out the rich guys again? Are you ready to bail out GM again? After all, politicians use our money for whatever they want!
Changing minds every day of the week!
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Today we're joined by Jonathan Smoke from Move.Com to discuss the July housing report and Realtor.Com’s back-to-school study.Smoke is the 20-year veteran of the real estate industry, and recently became the first chief economist for Realtor.com. "Jonathan is a highly respected housing economist and has proven himself as a leader and a strategic thinker in creating innovative data and analytics related to housing," said National Association of REALTORS® Chief Economist, Lawrence Yun. Listen today to hear what Smoke has to say on where today's market is going!
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The $20 billion dollar industry that is often overlooked for the powerful tools it delivers
We are meeting Matt Kelton, CEO of Showhomes. Founded in 1986, Showhomes has helped Realtors® and homeowners sell more than 25,000 residential properties worth more than $8.5 billion, by transforming high-end vacant houses into fully-furnished, inviting, valued Showhomes. Currently serving prominent communities in 18 states, Showhomes is a rapidly expanding franchise system with nearly 60 offices nationwide. Boasting the expertise of long-time real estate and interior design professionals, Showhomes is a one-stop-shop for home staging, home redesign, “One-Day Makeover’s” for currently occupied homes and its proprietary Home Manager program – a proven model to get upscale vacant homes off the market, faster. Every major national media outlet in the U.S. has praised the work of Showhomes, the company’s work has also been featured on Oprah, HGTV and the Travel Channel.
I'm Just Sayin' is a one hour talk show hosted by D iane DiVall, a 25 year veteran journalist and broadcaster. She has worked as a reporter, writer, field producer, newscaster, talk show host, News Director and news anchor for three of the major t.v. stations in Chicago, and got her start at WBEZ-FM Radio.
Tune in! You might like what you hear.
Did you know there are approximately 9 billion devices, assets, and ‘things’currently connected to a network? Over the next decade that number is expected to increase significantly with estimates ranging from 50 billion to nearly 1 trillion! It's about engine control units on industrial vehicles, track signaling equipment on railways, water pumps in power generation stations, and the list goes on and on. It's all about Enterprise Asset and Facility management (EAM, IWMS) solutions which will enable organizations to reduce operational and capital expenses, manage risk and compliance, and improve the performance of their infrastructure to meet business requirements.
Why does this matter? Opportunity and Risk. In a recent study by the McKinsey Global Institute, smarter infrastructure (a.k.a. the internet of things) has the potential to create an economic impact of $2.7 trillion to $6.2 trillion ANNUALLY by 2025. Conversely, the increasing complexity of assets and things raises operational risk, requires new skills across life cycle, and is impacting existing business processes and cultural norms.
The potential for innovation and optimization is nothing short of spectacular. That's what this podcast is all about. Pete Karns, a thought leader on Asset Management, will, explore the shifts in the market for asset and facility management, share best practices learned from 1,000's of companies from around the world and dive into the innovation potential of Cloud, Analytics, and Mobility.
African Americans consistently outpace the total market population in overall growth, smart phone ownership, television viewing and annual shopping trips according to the new study, “Resilient, Receptive and Relevant: The African-American Consumer 2013 Report,” a collaborative effort by the Nielsen Company in New York and the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA), located in Northwest Washington, D.C.
Black buying power continues to increase, rising from its current $1 trillion level to a forecasted $1.3 trillion by 2017.
Despite the strong economic outlook, blacks continue to spend most of their money outside of the African-American community and, according to Nielsen and NNPA, advertisers have repeatedly slighted the black media, spending only three percent, or $2.24 billion, of the $75 billion spent with all media last year.
Each year, African Americans spend more than $47 billion on Lincoln automobiles, $3.7 billion on alcohol, $2.5 billion on Toyotas, $2 billion on athletic shoes, and $600 million each year on McDonald’s and other fast foods, according to Target Market News Inc., a Chicago-based marketing research group.
In this radio show Martha Stokes, CMT demystifies the stock market trading called "Selling Short" or "Short Selling." This confusing term is often misunderstood. Is Selling Short bad for the stock market? Why is it allowed? How long has Selling Short been a part of the market? What can you learn from the sell side market activity? All these questions and more are answered in this important radio show topic. Join Martha for a training session that will explain in easy to understand terms and analogies "Selling Short."
Martha Stokes, CMT
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The reason why men and woman need to work togther in any church setting is becasue they are both needed to bring the kingdom of God to earth. Each one has special gifts and talents to help God with His people.
God does not see His church as "a mans world" as the secular men see the market place. But God see His children with gifts that are given by the Holy Spirit with the help of the Holy Spirit to advance His kingdom and to do His work here yet on earth.
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